Table 2—

Prevalence* of previously diagnosed diabetes, newly diagnosed diabetes, and previously plus newly diagnosed diabetes, stratified by age and sex, for the Zuni population

Age (years)n
Previously diagnosed diabetes
Newly diagnosed diabetes
Previously plus newly diagnosed diabetes
FemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemaleMaleFemaleMale
5–191862490.3 (0.0–0.9)0.00.7 (0.0–1.9)0.9 (0.0–2.5)1.0 (0.0–2.4)0.9 (0.0–2.5)
20–393243127.0 (4.2–9.9)5.5 (3.1–7.7)3.1 (1.2–5.0)3.0 (1.1–5.0)10.1 (6.8–13.5)8.5 (5.5–11.5)
40–5920911534.9 (28.5–41.3)23.9 (16.2–31.6)4.1 (1.5–6.8)3.2 (0.2–6.2)39.0 (32.4–45.5)27.1 (19.1–35.1)
≥60674169.4 (58.1–80.7)39.8 (24.7–55.0)1.2 (0.0–3.5)4.2 (0.0–9.6)70.6 (59.4–81.8)44.0 (28.7–59.3)
≥578671716.7 (14.1–19.3)9.7 (7.4–12.1)2.4 (1.4–3.4)2.4 (1.2–3.6)19.1 (16.4–21.9)12.2 (9.5–14.8)
45–741989549.5 (42.5–56.6)35.6 (26.2–45.0)3.8 (1.2–6.5)4.8 (0.7–8.9)53.4 (46.4–60.4)40.4 (30.7–50.2)
≥2060046824.3 (20.7–27.8)14.8 (11.3–18.2)3.2 (1.8–4.6)3.2 (1.6–4.8)27.5 (23.8–31.1)18.0 (14.3–21.7)
  • Data are % (95% CI).

  • *

    * Prevalence is age- and sex-adjusted to the Zuni Tribal population aged ≥5 years (8); variance estimates are adjusted for dependencies created by sampling within families and include the finite population correction factor.

  • P < 0.05,

  • P < 0.001, female vs. male members of the population.